I have three good size majesty palms (23" planters, water reservoirs in base of planters) 6 footers indoors near windows, south Florida. They get nice light most of the day, only 1 hour of direct sunlight per day on only a portion of the plant. For the most part lighting is perfect, plants are thriving. 5-6-7 new shoots constantly, fertilize every 25 days. Perfect drainage, green as could be, mist every few days. The brown bumps are driving me crazy with the stickiness. Moved them outside, used an old tooth brush to remove every bump, 5 hours for all three plants. Used 50/50 rubbing alcohol/water, misted for two weeks, brought them back into the house but they’re back. Now misting every other day, still coming back, worse then caring for a toddler. Seems like the bumps originate in the lower trunk. What can I do to get rid of them? Everyone who comes to my apartment thinks I should be in the business. Help…. !!!